Introduction.- Business and trade conditions in the United States, 1884-1890.- The silver movement in the United States.- Growth of speculation in Great Britain and British gambling in Argentina.- Industrial and financial conditions in France and Germany, 1884-1890.- The panic of 1890.- Recovery from the panic of 1890 and financial conditions in the United States, 1891-1893.- The crisis of 1893.- The cause of the crisis of 1893
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